Google has introduced Confidential Mode to its Gmail application, allowing users to passcode-protect their communications and set expiration dates for both email content and attachments. Gmail's Confidential Mode not only lets you send self-destructing emails but also bars the recipients from forwarding, copying/pasting or downloading the email contents. The feature was initially announced during Google's I/O developer conference earlier this year but had remained mostly out of the news in the meantime. You can add Confidential settings to an email easily through the 3-dot menu in your app, and once "Confidential Mode" is selected you can set an expiration date, passcode and more. Along with the control options, users can decide whether they will require recipients to obtain an SMS passcode before they can access the email message. Basically, it lets you send self-destructive emails that will be deleted automatically in the said time. The Android app hasn't gotten all the new Gmail tools, but Confidential Mode is rolling out today. There's a new option in the overflow menu at the top called "Confidential mode".
Once this is highlighted users should press the confidential mode button.
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Confidential messages will be strictly about conveying the message to the person you choose to send it to. What do you think of Gmail's new addition? This is a server-side update, so you don't need to go looking for an update in the Google Play Store.
However, it's worth noting that the new confidential mode doesn't stop anyone from just taking a screenshot of the confidential material, so keep that in mind. You will see an option to remove access, just tap on that, and the recipient will no longer be able to access the file. Ensure you enter the recipients phone number not of your own.
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Open the mail sent via Confidential mode, scroll down to the bottom of the screen.
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